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Pool view Sheraton Nassau Resort and Casino at Cable Beach

Situated on an 1,000-foot stretch of one of Nassau’s spectacular white-sand beaches, The Sheraton Nassau Resort and Casino is set on seven acres of stunning water-scape, including three freshwater pools with flowing waterfalls, and oversized whirlpools with incredible views.

Upon arrival, guests will be welcomed by the resort’s warm and friendly Bahamian staff (and atmosphere!). Enjoy top-notch accommodations in one of the resort’s 694 guestrooms or suites that offer large private balconies or patios with breathtaking views of the ocean. The resort also offers guests a variety of complimentary non-motorized water sport activities such as kayaking, snorkeling, and windsurfing; and numerous venues for delectable dining, including Amici, A Trattoria, the resort’s signature Italian restaurant; Bimini Market, which features buffet-style dining; Dolphin Grill and Caribe Café for poolside or grab-and-go meals; as well as the Telegraph and Edgewater Bars for guests to relax and unwind.

Insider Tips:

You will find plenty of public transportation right outside the hotel where you can head to downtown Nassau in just about 15 to 20 min.

Not far from the hotel, check out the Marley Resort & Spa owned by the Marley Family where you can enjoy great ambiance, spa, nightlife and authentic Bahamian food.

Go to Fish Fry right in front of Fort Stanley and try grilled Lobster, fried fish or fried chicken. You must try the Bahamian staple — conch salad and conch fritters are not to miss!

Gamble!! Yes right in your hotel you have a casino! You’ll have a great time and it’s the perfect place to meet new people.

Lobby - Sheraton Nassau Resort and Casino at Cable Beach

 

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Henrique Kerch

I’m a Caracas native, living in Chicago. I have a passion for travel, culture, food, adventure and discovering new places off the beaten path. I still remember the first trip I took internationally as a child and the excitement that it was to know that everyone will speak another language. Traveling was cool—waking up early to make the trip to the airport, packing too much and then realizing it’s much better to pack light.

Now a travel writer, I get to see new places continually, check out new restaurants, and talk about my experiences. Just as I’m about to be done with a trip, I see myself at the airport daydreaming while staring at the departure board thinking about my next destination.